How intellectuals made history in Zimbabwe

How intellectuals made history in Zimbabwe
Published: 29 November 2017 (333 Views)
The history of Zimbabwe has been revised in the service of the governing ZANU-PF party.

A 'patriotic' version of history, disseminated by public intellectuals and state media, has distorted legitimate grievances.

Critics of patriotic history, including opposition politicians, underestimated or misunderstood its appeal.

Corruption of the intelligentsia will prolong an ongoing crisis in political and intellectual values.

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